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Our hinged secondary glazing can either be butt hinged, friction hinged or parallel friction hinged, each has it’s own advantages and disadvantages. Generally hinged secondary glazing lends itself to use in hard to treat areas such as bay windows and other specialist applications. It is ideal for large glass areas where quick and easy regular access is required. i.e. for maintenance, ventilation or cleaning.
Butt hinged units open to around 150° giving a large clear opening for full access to the existing windows. Friction hinged units open to around 65° providing a large opening. The friction hinges allow the panel to be held in any given position, regulating ventilation. Parallel hinged or PIP™ secondary provides a restricted opening for controlled, secure ventilation. Hinged units can also be combined with Lift Out units, making them perfect for specialist applications.
Our standard glass for our secondary glazing is 4mm clear float glass. We have a huge variety of glass available for our secondary glazing and it is possible to tailor your secondary glazing to your individual requirements. You can specify glass for improved sound insulation, thermal performance or security. Different thinnesses of glass are available for greater thermal and sound insulation. See examples of the different glass we can offer below:
|4mm||Float Glass||Can expect good improvement in sound and heat insulation. (a.k.a. Annealed Glass)|
|4mm||Obscure / Patterned / textured Glass||Specified for aesthetics and privacy (e.g. in a bedroom or bathroom). Read More...|
|4mm||Toughened Glass||Same as float glass with added safety and security.|
|6mm||Float Glass||For better performance in sound and heat insulation when compared to 4mm float. Has greater strength than 4mm glass for use in larger panels. (a.k.a. Annealed Glass)|
|6mm||Toughened Glass||Same as 6mm float glass, but provides added safety and security.|
|6.4mm||Laminated Safety Glass||For superior sound and heat insulation and far superior safety and security.|
|6.8mm||Acoustic Glass||For a dramatic improvement in sound proofing / noise insulation.|
For help choosing a glass thickness visit our Guidance page.
Our Secondary Glazing is available in a range of conventional colours, or any of over RAL colour paint finish. RAL colour profiles are special order, as they are not held in stock. Unpainted mill finish aluminium will be sent away to a sprayers, which will result in a surcharge and an extended lead time. Our Conventional colour range is as follows:
Van Dyke Brown
Our secondary Glazing is available in any single RAL colour paint finish. There are over two hundred different RAL colours available. Click the link below to see a selection of the available RAL colours.
See Our RAL Colour Chart
Please note that these on-screen representations of painted colours are for guidance only, intended to provide an indication of colour. Duration Windows cannot be held responsible for any discrepancies between on-screen and actual painted colours.
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